Thursday, October 30, 2014
– Jason Aldean celebrates yet another week at the top of the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart with "Burnin' It Down." The song has been first on the charts since Aug. 9.
Florida Georgia Line holds the number one post on the Country Albums chart for the week ending Nov. 1 with "Anything Goes," which fell to fifth on the overall chart after leading last week.
Sam Hunt was second on the songs chart with "Leave the Night On." FGL's "Dirt" was third, one ahead of Blake Shelton's Neon Light." Frankie Ballard held fifth with "Sunshine & Whiskey," up four. Little Big Town jumped six to seventh with "Day Drinking," the first single from their just released new album.
Tim McGraw was up five to 11 with "Shotgun Rider." Lee Brice's "Drinking Class" climbed 4 to 19. Eric Church's "Talladega" was at 21, up 3. Newcomer RaeLynn jumped 8 to 22 with "God Made Girls." Kenny Chesney was at 23 with "Til It's Gone," up 3. Darius Rucker's "Homegrown Honey" stood at 24, up 4. FGL closed out the top 25 with its new single, "Sun Daze," up 4.
Aldean was second on the albums chart with "Old Boots, New Dirt." LBT debuted in third with "Pain Killer. Shelton was fourth with "Bringing Back the Sunshine." Lady Antebellum held fifth with "747." Sturgill Simpson jumped from 36 to 20 with "Metamodern Sounds in Country Music." Jawga Boyz & Dez debuted at 22 with "Tailgate Music."
On the Bluegrass Albums chart, Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn were first with their self-titled disc. The Stray Birds debuted in second with "Best Medicine." The Earls of Leicester were their with their eponymous disc, one ahead of Chris Thile and Edgar Meyer's "Bass & Mandolin." Greensky Bluegrass was fifth with "If Sorrows Swim."
On the overall top 200, FGL was 5th, Aldean 6th, LBT 7th, Shelton 24th and Lady A 26th.